Hello no I personally do not sorry but I understand what one is but why do you simply state "anyone here keep a rune journal" you should have stated a reason also is a rune journal consist of a few alphabets and methods of runic magick, divination, galdr and seidr just wondering. Also I recommend at the beginning the beginning of runes like odins courage of spearing himself into yggdrasil for 9 days and nights also how he traded it with freya for knowledge of seidr and how heimdall guardian of the bifrost gave it graciously to mankind also include a few poems and maybe sagas blessed be
Re: Rune journal
By: Nefemaryn / Novice Jan 27, 2013
Post # 3
I keep one, not just for my runic translations but for all my divinatory workings.
I write down what I asked and then the layout and work from there with interpretations and other possiblities.
Helps for future use as well as seeing what was asked and the possible outcome and how it may or may not have affected you.
And Astralstairs had a good thought about putting down the history ov the runes in relation to the Norse deities.
I used to keep one when I first started getting into the runes. I studied them religiously and keep logs of readings, meditations, and meanings that I had developed. But as runework became more natural and a part of me I no longer needed a journal.